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It's your plan!

The Regional Transportation Authority is finalizing a draft of a new 20-year regional transportation plan (RTA Next) to enhance our economic future through the use of locally collected and directed funds. These funds will offer greater flexibility in meeting transportation priorities across the greater Tucson region to meet your everyday needs. Public input will be key.


RTA Next is a public-input process to develop a new regional transportation plan for the Regional Transportation Authority of Pima County. The current voter-approved, 20-year RTA plan and countywide half-cent sales tax expire on June 30, 2026.
  • Multiple cars crossing an intersection in Tucson.
  • A vehicle enters a roundabout featuring a central sculpture of 3 metal leaves with colorful mosaic centers.
  • A man and woman enter a crosswalk in midtown Tucson.
  • Cyclists use the dedicated bike lane next to a crosswalk in Tucson.
  • SunTran bus with a bicycle on its rack drives through traffic.
  • Commuters ride on a bus, a woman looks down at her cell phone.
  • A group of cyclists rides on The Loop path in Tucson.
  • Diners enjoy the outdoor seating at Mercado San Agustin in Tucson.
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Feb. 5, 2024

If you or your group are interested in scheduling a presentation to learn more about RTA Next draft plan development, how this 20-year regional transportation plan will benefit the region, and how you can provide input once the draft is available, contact us.
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Upcoming Meetings

In December 2023, the RTA Citizens Advisory Committee presented a recommendation for plan options to the RTA Board for consideration. The RTA Board is reviewing input from the committee and technical considerations as it moves toward refining a final draft for public input. Follow upcoming meetings.
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We have provided information about the RTA and RTA Next plan development process to more than 175 groups and 4,600 people across the region. If interested in hearing our story, submit your request for a speaker today!
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Since 2006

RTA Investment to Date
$1.6 billion
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Continuing our promise to you

A new 20-year regional transportation plan will infuse another $2.34 billion into transportation improvements across the region to meet the demands of our changing demographics. A voter-approved investment of flexible RTA funding will help create a safer, more reliable transportation system to improve regional mobility and accessibility, and to drive economic benefits such as business development and expansion, and new jobs.
RTA members include Pima County, the Cities of Tucson and South Tucson, the Towns of Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, the Tohono O'odham Nation and the Arizona Department of Transportation. RTA members take the lead on scheduling, managing and building RTA plan projects throughout the region. The RTA manages the voter-approved plan and sales tax revenues and reimburses members as they complete projects.
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